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October 13, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-13

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
CLOTHING HOUSE,,15 odwr .D. Vl
BLiJJlI IS T1Fi FTID.,
It is the Latest anid 01nly.
den' UI i~~o I INvIIi.Notlinn Jul-n' itsP i .
( hSee NOB SLE'SWndwDisplay.
~3' oizmt Nvo bs -\?LJ Nn ~Black ShirtsBlack Underwear, Black Neckwear, Black
NEW BOK SORESHandkerchiefs, Black Caps, Black Suspenders,Black Hosiery,
NEW BOK STRES, Black Elastics, Black Studfs, Black Buttons,
T A T" F-BLAC'-K GCRAZE.
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, S' 0~
Medical Books, Law Baoks, Eth.NicIOOKiS, ALL KEN-,
Al11l Iook s used in ('By Schools. Students, Note Blooks and Pads, LieoDraft-Gos.i - ntumns
Large Stock of Foutitain Penis. Al Warranted Fountain Pen (Gold) for,$1.50).
G. H. WILD,
Is shiowin the L'argest Stock of Full Dress Suitings in the market.
All the latest shades andl novelties in T.Irousering~smoid
()vercoatigs. Finie Nests can he had of
No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. H. WILD.
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
CTAJLOR -IMP6REB#
The hest place to get a
MADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES.
10 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - MICH.)
APROBL~Mil
Where and how to huy Ladies'
anid Gents' Furnishings
at the Lowcest
.Prices.
tWBIy huy iiio I<>
E.F, MILLS3 009,
T5HE POPULAR DRY GOODS AND CARi-
PE0 SOTORE. IZ
SHORTH AN1D 'AK A--TE AR GU,"
lauding. 20 SoJth3State Streee.
11' wC MLt PAY YOU. Shorthand School, New AT LOWV PRICES.
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY V, LOWEST PR ICES
Ott LAMPS, int this city. :You will save mottey hy buying of us. Our
"RED STS Rl" OIL has no equal, hurns withtout odor, or
chiarritng of wick and gives a clear white light.
Sold at 10 cents per gallon, delivered to anty part of the city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. PEA.N & CO.
ANN AJ0R SAMIN ANXI
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
36 MAIN STRET.
S ecibat ttentiont paid to repairing Watehes
M. W . LAKE,
VICTUR ES, FR AME.S, A N D
ART GOODS. 550'Vest Huron St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
tianutac-trer sitand dealer in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
Cor. Fourth andttepot Sts.
THE CAMPUS.
Twro fair co-eds itt the lo' de-
partmettntow, Miss Emtmra 1R. Lee,
of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Miss
Julia It. Jenitey, of Sytracuse, N.
Y., bot in tin. juntior class.
The cliarg e aaittst J. S. .Dud.
iey, the pinitcipal participattt its
the iaW disturbattce, for carrying
cottecaled weapons, is "ott docket"
it titeIllintois club court.
Titroughs an accident in tite Ett-
gineeritig Laboratory titis morning
J. B'utgan, '194 Lit., hnad thte little
finger of itis left btattd torts off' by
titepianea. Ile was retinoved to
tite lReguliar bospitttl.
J. B. Wood, Lit. '911, will tnt
tetuttrt to Annl Arbor liHe tas
gonie to New YXot'k to attetndtlie
Conlnumbia Law School.
Librariant.Davis will lecturce this
Tile Detroit High Scihool Alumt-
tni hlave decided to found a scisol-
ar'sipinthteir ala tttater. Tbe J. HALLER
scholarshlip will cotnsist of a col-
lege coturse inthtie Utnivelrsity of tiepairin- i eesinltr.____
Michsiganl, ai'n ill be given eacih 0. Mt MARTIN.
year to the stuldent of the best Cloth Caskets, Metallic
statnding inth ie gr-aduating class. .------ AND COMMON INISPtNS.
Tile U. of M. Glee Club bas RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Btakers and deaters in
kindly offered to aid the Altutni Groceries, Provision s,Flour and Feed,
itt their ttost praiseworthty enter- 0 anai S E. Svashiigton St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
prise, and will sing at the meetitng Maker oc fine
- 1.LADJIS'and GENTS' SHSOES.
of the Altumni Associattiotn itt De- Repairing neatly done. 4315. Staiii St.
troit next January.GRNES
Thte Albion teatm, as tihey played ACADM OF ANIG
Satutrday, average 1654 pounlds. ~ DNYO A~N,
The onclv foiot-hall out ns that opposite J~aw Buildig.
have beett definitely agreed upoti
by the U. of Al. elevesi are: Oct.
1s, l). A. C., Detroit; Oct. 25,
Notre Dkatne, SouthBendut, Nov.
1., iNotre IDaci, AnitlAs-ber;
Nov. 15., Corniell, platce nlot set-
eveniitg its Roomo A ontt Book s _ted._
of Commonst Reference'. The The Fresllsllttl 'sprettd' will be
lectute will be of great practical givets text Sattirday evetnitng at
value to hFreslhtmetn, ts it will itt- Nickel's hail.
struct thtem htow to use the library Mr. Winkler was called hotne
catalogues. last night by tite serious illness of
Thsere will be a tteeting of tbe itis brotber. Consequently be will
Oratorical Association aext Fri- not meet Iis classes for the next
day at 7:30 p. to. in Room 24. few days.
l'ntils willst1>eeeisedlat anismoe(luring
the seasn.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
tand Oregon.
Thle IWiscosiit Central asid Northiertn
Pacific littes ruinsthirousghPullmatn Ves-
tititedh tntd(Colonsist Sleeplers betweesi
(hicago itoh Tacomia, Wash., atid
Portland, Oregoss. 1Te traits knowgi
as the "Patcific Bxpsres' leaves the
(Gtand Central Piassetnger Station, at
the corner of Fifths Avetiue attd
Harrison Street, at 15:45 P. M. daily.
For tickets, hberthis its Pillmatn qCol-
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gao. K.
TaoieesoN, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to F. J.
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
Central Passenger Station, corner Fifth
Avenue and It arrison Street, Chicago
Ill.

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